Swelling Case

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DOI: 11/17/2015. Patient is a year old male mechanic who sustained injury while he was throwing a broken urinal into dumpster when it broke and cut his left wrist. Per OMNI, he was initially diagnosed with laceration to left wrist/forearm flexor tendons to middle, ring and pinky fingers. Surgery was done on 11/25/15 for left forearm repair. Per occupational therapy (OT) progress note dated 01/26/16, the IW reported that his left wrist is less stiff and sore. Swelling is decreased at the wound site. Good composite fist is noted. Full tight composite fist is almost achieved. Based on the latest medical report dated 02/09/16, the patient is 2 and ½ months status post repair of flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS) to long and ring fingers
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